TUFT LOVE: Luxurious tufting, subtle mirrored details and self-patterned fabrics create a lavish nest for pampering relaxation with the Sanctuary Bed. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
Rustic red flannel and bold, colorful prints have their place, but in the serene season after the holidays, I like to echo winter’s subtle drama in my furniture and interiors. You can do this, too, by adding texture and sparkle to your home with monochromatic looks such as croc-patterned leather, self-patterned fabrics and window coverings, metallic and mirrored finishes, laser-cut suede, fringe, tufted and pleated upholstery and soft accents.
Pure drama comes home in this Bohemian Black Croc dining table and suede-look dining chair in black and gray that’s both softly elegant and dramatically on trend. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
Soutache, a design made of swirling ribbon applique, gives a high-fashion look to semi-sheers from Bed, Bath & Beyond.
You’ll have happy hibernating with these serene chic looks!
A range of refined hues such as pewter and silver in self-patterned fabrics make the Charleston bedding from Horchow a quietly luxurious haven.
Glamour meets the familiar with the serene and sophisticated Mirrored Plaid Chest from the Melange Collection. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
Pewter satin serves up modern verve with a self-pattern of overlapping circles from Bed, Bath & Beyond.
A pretty pick-me-up for any room, this romantic Synergy Chair with pewter and glam sheen finish is a knockout with quatrefoil-inspired open carvings that wrap around for drama. More texture comes into play in the velvet seat and satiny back cushion. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
The quatrefoil pattern really shines in the rear view of the Synergy Chair. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
Opulent tufting gives this soft Snow Queen Blue Comforter and shams from Macy’s deep textural appeal. Tuft centers are shaped like flower centers, not buttons.
Timeless folkloric designs add a warm, whimsical touch, whether your style is timeless country or trendy boho. These Tree of Life sheers from Country Curtains use self-pattern, not bright colors, so they’re chic in any setting.
Monochromatic patterns shine in fashion too, such as in these laser cut designed pumps in a neutral hue, celebrating subtle color and strong texture. Pumps by Loeffler Randall at Neiman Marcus.
Texture plays with light and shadow to make this Flowered Drum Table a lacy wonder. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
A couple of these Flowered Drum Tables would add a fresh, unexpected touch to any room and give relaxing guests (or snow-shoveling kids) a place to set that cup of cocoa.